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Acrylic on canvas (large)Inspiration from flowers, fruit and seed heads from the garden.
flowers, fruit, seed heads, seeds, retro
Wow Anni :-) this is fantastic!!!! Nature is a great inspiration isn’t it…,i love seeing you work on this too x
Hi Varry, I just uploaded my WIP pic instead of the finished one, going a bit potty with “my potager”…finally got the right one now. Blonde moment huh :) ~ Anni x
– Anni Morris
Oh this one looks great too,lol,you funny gal ;-)
Love this :)
Thanks very much Jo for looking and your comment ~ Anni ;)
this would make a great t-shirt too!
Hi specklehen, yes a tee shirt would be good. I haven’t learnt how to do that yet on here. Must try, I’ve put it in the “too hard basket” in the past. Thanks for looking and your comment ~ Anni :)
very interesting piece. would make interesting fabric or great wwallpaper for a bistro accent
Hi there, This painting is going into a local restaurant. It is a lovely old building with huge plain walls. Thanks for taking the time to look and comment on this one ~ Anni :)
Lovely work Anni!
Thank you Hiroko, always good to have you look in. ~ Anni :)
Very cool work. I have to agree with the previous comment. This would make great fabric. I could see it for a cooking apron or for gardening… oh so many projects and so little time. :o)
Hello Bunny, Yes I could see this on fabric too, cushions maybe in a conservatory. Thanks for your thoughts and comments ~ Anni ;)
Thank you very much Kay :) ! Anni
i just spied this!! brillliant graphics!! the colours work so well too!!!
Hi Shylie, I started by sketching the shapes on paper, then had to trace my sketches and cut them out (had to make around 40 shapes) and figure out how to position them on the canvas. Then sketch them onto the canvas. Painted the background first, then the shapes in colour. Picking the colours was difficult but I am pleased with the end result. Thanks for your input :) ~ Anni
looks so cool, would be a great rug
Hi genevieve, yes it would be great on my wooden floor in the livingroom :) Thank you ~ Anni ;)
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